Up and coming jam group TAUK spent their weekend at the Brooklyn Bowl, playing two nights at the esteemed Brooklyn, NY venue in support of their brand new album releaseSir Nebula. The album perfectly captures the band’s unique sound, and transporting that music into the live setting only amplified its energy.

Over the two night run, TAUK welcomed some very special guests on as support for the party. On night one, it was Gowanus and lespecial, and night two featured Upright Man and Hayley Jane & The Primates, each bringing their fresh grooves to the Brooklyn crowd. TAUK kept things rolling with sets each night that featured both new music, some of their classic compositions, and a few fun covers mixed in to keep fans on their toes.

The first night of music opened with their Collisions track “Friction,” before the band dove headfirst into their new material. With covers like “Oompa Loompa” and “Eleanor Rigby” mixed in, the show was certainly a night to remember!

Listen to the full recording by taper Matt Moricle, streaming below.

A recording of night two from Matt Moricle is available as well.

A full gallery of images from night one, by Chris Capaci, can be seen below.